Medical professionals hold up protest signs to indicate they are at “breaking point”, during a meeting between public sector doctors, the government and the Hospital Authority at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kowloon, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong patients and doctors left high and dry by Hospital Authority and Medical Council

  • The authority has made little effort to retain the doctors in its employ at public hospitals and is hampered by the Medical Council in recruiting foreign-trained graduates
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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Medical professionals hold up protest signs to indicate they are at “breaking point”, during a meeting between public sector doctors, the government and the Hospital Authority at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kowloon, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong
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